Climate Camp Radio, Wednesday 06 Aug 2008 Evening Broadcast
Latin America themed show
0.00 overview of show
1.00 interview with person from Lewes Transition Town campaign and Keith Alice' film on Lewes Transition Town
12.00 interview: climate camp site and it's principles. Interview with one of the organisers
15:36: interview with people bodies about sustainable sub-urban living in Bedzet (near Hackbridge), urban relocalisation by TransitionTown Brixton and urban greenery from Dublin followed by examples from around the world.
26.30 Chris from the zero-carbon caravan talks about his planned tour
27.07 Joakim from Sweden gives his perspective, and examples from a development of a young and small movement prior
29.30 host brings up Paul Hawken (Blessed Unrest), American ecologist., and his idea of the immune system of humanity kicking in, deciding what Is healthy and what is not in relation to the climate camp. opening of discussion to other participants.
41.30 interview with police liaison about their communication culture with the police
47.** interview with local kids
50.30 update on North Gate,
54.45 Food Review from Bicyology, Ms many Miles and Peter Pan
1.01.30.Media Review by wietse (riseup radio), looking at reporting of climate camp issues in the mainstream media (BBCs, Medway News, Sky, Channel 4, TV, radio, Press)
1.28.15 Entertainment section: Live Bolivian Music (curumi surumi?)
1.36.30 Carbon Town Crier Andy + Friend, Live Music
1.45.30 Calum from MovieMientos tells how it is in Latin America, rounding up earlier contributions by groups from and about Bolivia, Ecuador, Venezuela and Colombia. Native Spirit their Film Festival will be in October.
DISCLAIMER: timings, names etc. are educated guesses. It's best to listen for yourselves.
Climate Camp Radio 2008
Welcome to Climate Camp Radio, we will be broadcasting from the Camp For Climate Action from the 3rd to the 10th of August 2008. Alongside camp announcements, the shows will cover happenings on and off the camp, and discuss relevant issues, We welcome people who want to 'Be the Media' by helping with production or providing audio; swing by the media tent if you would like to get involved. One of the camp's core aims is education and we aim provide this through participation, creating content, and our skills share workshop.
The show will be streamed to the internet and made available on the Climate Camp website as well as other alternative media sources. It will also be archived and available for download or podcast as well, so there's no excuse for missing it. Without doubt the coolest shit on site, so listen online or bring a radio to the camp and tune in every meal time.
Climate Camp Radio is brought to you by: Dissident Island, Riseup! Radio, Flash Radio, plentyfact and Bristol Wireless.